Our Electronics Engineering Technology program will provide you with the skills necessary to analyze and troubleshoot electronic systems. You’ll gain knowledge and hands-on experience needed to perform operations on industrial/computer controls, manufacturing systems, communication systems, and power electronic systems. You will also learn how to read, interpret, and employ electronic schematics (both component and functional block diagrams) in the installation and maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of electronic circuits and systems.
The Electronics Engineering program also offers diploma and multiple certificate options.
Skills You’ll Learn
The Electronics Engineering Technology program is focused on job-related skills in the following areas:
- Safely and effectively using common tools and operating test equipment found in the electronic field
- Demonstrating a working knowledge of the principles and concepts associated with electronic circuits and systems and the proper utilization of equipment
- Reading, interpreting, and employing electronic schematics (both component and functional block diagrams) in the installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of electronic circuits and systems
- Performing preventive maintenance, troubleshoot, and repair a variety of electronic circuits and systems
There are many employment opportunities for Electronics Engineering Technology graduates, including:
- Bench technician
- Electronic tester
- Electronic systems integrator
- Electronics engineering technicians
- Field service technician
- Maintenance technician
- Production control technician
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Plan of Study
The recommended course sequence for this program and a complete list of related classes are available in the Academic Catalog. Click the button below to view a copy of this plan of study, which is also available as a PDF.